Starting a new series, using the demo-generator

After a long silent period it’s time to start another series of blog-posts. During the summer most potential  readers were at the beach, sailing or traveling through a foreign country, not thinking about business and work at all. So why bother?

Of course I discussed a lot of different annual reports, comparing  different companies or a  company through a series. Often it was a combination: several companies and a couple of years.  E.g: about banks in the Netherlands, about oil & gas companies,  about very different industries in comparison,  again about  very different industries in comparison but this time really large ones, usually  well-known (or at least their products and services).

For all these examples a full licence was needed, but the demo-version of AnRep3D is free. Why not use our own free demo-package  for a change, to  generate graphs the way everybody could do with the free demo-generator? Well, next time I will present a couple of companies (only one company a time for just one specific year as the free demo will generate only one “building” in the graph). Don’t think a graph generator with the free demo-generator wouldn’t be interesting!

Because four values are combined in one single building (total assets, equity, revenue and profit) a lot of ratio’s can be deducted visually: revenue or profit compared to equity, revenue and profit, equity to total assets. All relative measure providing interesting insight.

Let’s try and work out a couple of companies next time. Hope you will like it and don’t forget: the demo-package can be downloaded for free. The generator comes with the manual and examples of input- and output-files (graphs, in html format, so basically webpages your browser can read and show). For now it’s available without any registration of name, email-address or phone number! No cookies either – completely anonymous, because we want everybody to have a look:


About AnRep3D

AnRep3D is the new company, founded after the handover of Scientassist (together with VRBI) to one of my sons. From now I will focus on three-dimensional graphs for the financial markets, showing the main figures from annual reports in comparison.
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